Year started Revelation TV:
How you became involved in Revelation TV:
When we wanted to start showing our weekly Oxford Bible Church programme - Into the Word with Derek Walker,
we were recommended to go to Revelation TV, because it was well watched in the UK.
Then over the years I have been increasingly invited to participate in a number of Revelation TV's own programmes,
(Speaker's Corner, Q&A, To the Point, Late Show, God Day, Church without Walls, and some live Debates, and most recently The Bible Study)
Why Revelation TV is special:
Being involved with Revelation TV as part of the ministry team has felt like being part of a family, working together for God to be glorified and for God's truth to be known in the nation and beyond. I appreciate the spirit of love, encouragement, humility and integrity that is part of the DNA of Revelation TV. As a Pastor, I'm grateful for the opportunity it's given me to share God's Word with many more people than would have been possible otherwise.
Something interesting about yourself:
Derek became a Christian when he came to Oxford University to study mathematics, and soon after that he received a call into the ministry. After teaching Maths for a few years at St.Edwards School in Oxford, he went with his wife Hilary to Bible School in the USA. When they returned in 1991, they pioneered Oxford Bible Church, a lively international Church, which they continue to pastor today (www.oxfordbiblechurch.co.uk). Derek's vision is to give in-depth and accurate teaching of God's Word, and is especially known for his knowledge of Bible Prophecy. He has led a number of trips to Israel, and has written 15 books. Since 2006, Derek has had a weekly programme that shows on Revelation TV on Wednesday at 8.30 p.m, which is repeated the following Tuesday at 10am (most of his previous programmes can be found on www.youtube.com/DerekWalkerOBC), in addition to his regular appearances on the Q&A show and the Bible Study. Also, since 1999 Derek & Hilary have been running a small Guest House in Oxford called Cotswold House (www.cotswoldhouse.co.uk).